PARTISIPASI PEREMPUAN DALAM KELEMBAGAAN DAN PEMBANGUNAN DESA DI ACEH

  • Mirza Fanzikri Universitas Islam Negeri Ar-Raniry, Indonesia

Abstract

Law Number 6 of 2014 concerning Villages has granted villages authority. The role of the village as a subject has an important role in the management of development and governance at the local scale of the village. The village institutional position as the subject of development certainly requires the participation of the village community as an administrator or part that plays a role in village development. Women as one of the elements of society, their participation in village institutions is very important as an effort to empower them so that they are not trapped as objects but can act as subjects and provide all their potential in the development process starting from the planning, implementation and evaluation stages of village development. This study aims to describe the participation of women in village institutions as well as women's participation in village development in Aceh Province. This research uses the Participatory Action Research (PAR) method. The author uses his experience as the main source of information to describe the results of research related to women's participation in village institutions and development in Aceh Province. The results showed that the participation of women in six village institutions consisting of the village government, the Village Consultative Body (BPD), village social institutions, traditional adat institutions, village cooperation institutions, and BUMDesa still need improvement. The same thing happened in village development. Of the three stages of village development which include the stages of planning, implementation, and evaluation of village development in general, women's participation has not been maximized.

Published
2019-10-30
How to Cite
Fanzikri, M. (2019). PARTISIPASI PEREMPUAN DALAM KELEMBAGAAN DAN PEMBANGUNAN DESA DI ACEH. Al-Ijtima`i: International Journal of Government and Social Science, 5(1), 81-106. https://doi.org/10.22373/jai.v5i1.466